An Apology to php[world] Attendees

Written by Matthew Weier o'Phinney / Original link on Oct. 17, 2019

Due to disorganization on my part, I accidentally booked php[world] 2019 to coincide with a family commitment.

After reviewing a variety of options, I let the organizers know last week that I could no longer attend. It's a situation I hate, because there's nobody to blame but me, and no matter what option I could come up with, somebody would end up disappointed or inconvenienced. For my part, my family had to come first.

Fortunately, the organizers at php[world] were able to convince Ryan Weaver to fill in for me on the PHP and Frameworks panel, and to deliver a talk to replace my slot in the program. I'm happy that he was able to step in!

I hope everyone attending the conference has a great experience! Next time, I'll plan better!

25943?v=3&u=79dd2ea1d4d8855944715d09ee4c86215027fa80&s=140 An Apology to php[world] Attendees was originally published 17 October 2019 on by Matthew Weier O'Phinney.


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